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Dick Tracy by Joe Staton and Mike Curtis

Dick Tracy

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  1. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 4 hours ago

    Yup, to paraphrase Chief Brody from Jaws, “We’re gonna need a bigger can.”

  2. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 4 hours ago

    Well, at least Sam has Tracy’s Wrist Wizard back. I wonder if the updates do anything interesting. If they do, Sam’s probably not in the mood for tutorials on the new capabilities.

  3. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 10 hours ago

    Just what we’ve been saying: if space travel was bad, time travel is worse, but Diet doesn’t at all deny that’s what he is working on. His previous “Heh” didn’t convince me much.

  4. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy about 11 hours ago

    Diet Smith is on the defensive. Sam is hearing about time travel, apparently for the first time. Warbucks is full of accusations. I wouldn’t be surprised if Warbucks has also been researching time travel at some point. It’s not out of the realm of what he might do.

    Sam may or may not be smoking today, but Diet Smith certainly is.

  5. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy 1 day ago

    Great poem today, Pequod. I have been without Internet for the weekend (travelling), so I’ll have to catch up tomorrow.

  6. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy 3 days ago

    One more:

    Looks kind of racist from today’s perspective.

  7. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy 3 days ago

    Here are some classic pictures:

  8. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy 3 days ago

    Does she have a plan to make him forget to listen to Belinda? Are the Junior Commandos like the Junior Crimestoppers?

  9. Neil Wick commented on Dick Tracy 4 days ago

    Can anyone tell me why that barber pole has black stripes, in addition to the traditional red, white and blue ones?



    Don’t forget that the strip is meant to be displayed in black and white, so the white represents white and the black represents darker colours like red and blue. It looks best for a black and white strip to maintain the contrast rather than just draw outlines as if it were a colouring book, but that does pose a problem for colourists.